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Cooler Master Introduces The New RGB-Touting MA410M Tower Cooler

Cooler Master today launched a new addition to its flagship, four-heatpipe coolers – the MasterAir MA410M. Equipped with dual 120 MasterFans, it continues the tradition of recognizably excellent cooling performance and reliability from the Hyper series.

The heatsink is precisely designed, ensuring the spacing between each fin of the tower is at the optimal distance to guarantee minimal airflow resistance and thus allowing maximum air into the heatsink. The MA410M is equipped with Continuous Direct Contact Technology 2.0 (CDC 2.0), which means all the four heatpipes are compressed to increase CPU contact surface area – this significantly increases thermal conductivity and heat transfer. The patented X-vents and Air-Guided Armor combined with CDC 2.0 technology provide the best thermal solution for your build.

Express Yourself with Color
The MasterAir MA410M is the first of its kind, equipped with twin translucent MF120 fans that allow excellent visibility to the array of colors displayed through individually controlled LEDs. Not only is it armed with addressable RGB functions, but it is also syncable with standard motherboard-embedded RGB solutions. Even without an RGB motherboard, users can customize the RGB lighting through Cooler Master’s Master+ software (to be released soon). Cooler Master includes a free Wired Addressable RGB Controller in the box. This controller requires no software, and allows users to adjust the mode, color, and brightness at the touch of a button.

Cooler Master believes that giving PC users the freedom to create visually stunning RGB effects – in addition to providing efficient cooling for their systems – is vital to achieving the company’s mission. With innovative technologies coupled with a vast array of lighting effects, the MasterAir MA410M is one of the best possible mixes of performance and aesthetics in the segment.

Pricing & Availability
Products will be available in the UK around the second week of June, at an MSRP of £59.99 (likely $69.99 and €69.99 for other currencies).

Bob Buskirk
the authorBob Buskirk
About 10 years of computer experience. Been messing around with electronics since I was 5, got into computers when I was in highschool, been modding them ever since then. Very interested in how things work and their design.
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